World of Wallpapers! (Round Two)

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I hope you enjoyed the first series in the World of Wallpapers Reboot! I know I enjoyed putting it together for you guys. Get ready for round two. We will feature two more apps and one more artist. Same set up as the last one. One Behang extension from last week, one stand alone and... Read More

HTC’s official Sense keyboard reaches the Play Store

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HTC already has a bunch of official applications released on the Google Play Store. Time has come to do the same for their Sense keyboard app which is now available over there. The app will unfortunately work only with HTC compatible devices. This was to be expected though. We don’t have ...

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Reboot: Welcome to the World of Wallpapers!

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Welcome back to the World of Wallpapers! This is a reboot of an old series held by Cliff Wade. Here, I will be running you through various wallpapers and wallpaper apps of all kinds. Like many of you, I suppose, I am a big believer in making my phone mine. Sadly, I don’t have the skill... ...

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Essential apps for every Android user

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As someone who works for one of the big carriers in the US, I run into the same question on an almost daily basis. What apps should I try out and download? This is something that is asked by even those tech-savvy users when they switch from iOS or Windows Phone to Android. This got... Read More

Take a nap the right way with CatNap

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How many times have you been dead tired and said that you were just going to close your eyes for a minute and then end up oversleeping returning to either class or work late? That has probably happened to everybody at some point or another and a new app called CatNap plans on making it easier ...

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Change your Android system font with Fontster

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Modifying your system font usually requires flashing complicated packages or completing change the ROM you’re running, but with an App called Fontster you’re able to quickly and easily change your Android system font. Fontster allows you to browse hundreds of fonts and enables you ...

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HTC One (M8) Ace rumored as Vogue Edition, expected June 3

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HTC One (M8) is most certainly one of the best smartphones out at the moment. HTC’s flagship has been around for some time now and we’ve already seen some leaks regarding some spin-offs, if we can say it that way, of that device. HTC One Remix for Verizon has leaked as well as HTC ...

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Samsung Gear Blink to compete with Google Glass

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More and more evidence is piling up that Samsung plans to compete with Google Glass in the wearables industry. We just learned recently that Samsung has a mighty lead over the current competition on the smartwatch industry, controlling over 70% of the market. Now we have evidence of a trademark ...

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Frontback – A Photo Sharing App for the Selfie Generation

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There is no shortage of great social networks that are focused on sharing pictures. Frontback (which initially gained popularity on iOS some time ago) has made the leap to Android, and brings with it all the goodies that you would expect. Frontback, at its core, is an application that utilizes ...

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WSJ: HTC begins outsourcing production

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HTC has started calling on other companies to help build some of its products, reports the Wall Street Journal. Alleged, HTC has turned to Compal (Taiwan) and Wingtech (China) to manufacture its Desire family of phones. Designed to help cut costs, the move is likely a result of HTC’s ...

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Starting up your new Android device [Android 101]

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So, you’re new to Android. Just purchased your first smartphone, and nobody told you how to set it up? This process will take you through the boot up process when turning on your Android device for the first time. KEEP IN MIND: Not all Android phones are the same. Some will have more ...

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Google expecting $50 Project Ara phones for January 2015

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Google yesterday revealed that the Project Ara modular smartphone should arrive in January 2015. Known as the “Gray Phone”, it’s deliberately designed to be a generic unit that begs for customization.  Pricing is expected to be around $50 for the base device. As a refresher, ...

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HTC One (M8) Review: The best just got better

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Today we have gotten our hands on the all new HTC One M8, T-Mobile variant.  The phone is based upon it’s predecessor, the One M7, which was voted “Best Smartphone” by GSMA at Mobile World Congress back in February, talk about a lot of shoes to fill.  However, HTC’s new ...

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The Best Games for your Android device

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We’re big fans of gaming and with the thousands of Apps in the Google Play Store, it can often be hard to find those great titles that can give you hours of fun. That’s why we’ve trawled the Google Play Store to bring the top games for your Android device. Grand Theft Auto: ...

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uPod, an Android podcast player worthy of your attention [App of the Day]

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For all you podcast fanatics out there, a newly released app, uPod, is a must have to keep your podcast organized and easily accessible across all your devices! uPod allows you to keep track of all your favorite audio/video podcast subscriptions when you’re on your tablet or on your ...

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